Starting point is Zadnjica valley.
Zadnjica is quite short (3.5km) subsidiary to famous Trenta valley. It begins at Trenta village and opens towards east. It gradually rises till its end at Planja (1000m). Bottom is mostly forested and there are few meadows. Around the valley is some of the most dramatic scenery in Julian Alps. The cliffs of Pihavec (2414m), Triglav (2864m), Kanjavec (2568m), Vrsac (2194m) and Ozebnik (2083m), which fall into dark depths of Zadnjica have no match in Julian Alps. They create amazing wall around the valley, which culminates with highest face of Julian Alps, that of Kanjavec, which is 1500m high! In the valley is dark and subdued atmosphere because walls around are letting very little sunshine in. End of valley is reached by road, which is closed to traffic 2km above the Trenta village.
You start walking from parking place on the marked route for the Kanjavec and Triglav. First you walk on a nice macadam road and soon you come to the crossing (when the macadam route ends) where you turn left and lead the signposts for Koca na Dolicu (hut). On the right another route lead you to the Zasavska koca na Prehodavcih (hut).
Now you have two possiblities for reaching Koca na Dolicu (hut): You can take a short one and ascend over steep passages over Komar or you go around and reach Koca na Dolicu (hut) over a nice old military way. Both possiblities will show you beautiful view on Triglav and other mountains.
From Koca na Dolic (hut) you start walking to the west and lead the signposts for Kanjavec.The route is nice leading over the east slopes of Kanjavec and soon you come to the top. Before you come to the top you must to climb a short wall which is secured with fixes routes.
Good hiking shoes.
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